‘Tis the season, as predicted the spring equinox has arrived. What better time is it than to use the spring to “spring” into action? Not only does spring mean a fresh new 90 days, think of a spring as in a slinky. Certainly anyone near my age will remember those springs that we played with as kids.
The next 90 days will come and go with rays of sunshine, riddles of rain, and the guy writing this story turns 50 this quarter. Those are all good things and they will happen as time passes by and the beauty of a season is its natural measurement of quarterly cycles in a given year.
A question worth pondering is when the calendar hits summer and the days are longer and much hotter, will I be any closer to something I choose to accomplish or learn, whether it is short-term or over the next 50 years. Ninety days will pass, whether you take action or you do not.
It could be as simple as learning a new language, learning to play chess, learning how to swing a golf club or a particular trait of yours that may needing changing or further developed ensuring you are growing as a human-being. The key is to start now.
Whatever it is, if it is worth doing, write it down and get started. Get your thoughts, dreams, desires and goals on paper. I encourage you to “spring into action” and measure your results on June 21. Hopefully, you will be closer to a goal you may have been putting off. If it is worth it and you want it, write it in your journal and make it happen. When the morning comes spring off that horizontal surface slinky style like a coiled spring in full force after you are recharged and spring into action. Enjoy the spring and spring into action.